Every Thursday is Tech Thursday where we share a random assortment of technical links we found and liked.
- Resize your browser and enjoy the music with Garmoshka, a different and interesting take on responsive web.
- GeoGuessr, is an interesting Google Maps based game to let you explore the world by guessing where a street view imagery is from.
- Developers should use a concept called shame.css to silo any quick-fix 'hack' CSS in any project, Harry Roberts (@csswizardry), senior UI developer at BSkyB explains why.
- The Prime Explorer is a WebGL-enabled prime number visualizer.
- Cross-Site Scripting remains, by far, the most common vulnerability in web applications. Here is a list of 20 brief points you should bear in mind when battling Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) in PHP.
- Magic numbers in CSS refer to values which "work" under some circumstances but are frail and prone to break when those circumstances change. Here are some common examples of Magic Numbers in CSS and how we can avoid them.
- We can use media queries within SVG to serve up the right image. The beauty of the "Clown Car" technique is that all the logic remains in the SVG file. Called the "Clown Car" technique because we are including (or stuffing) many images (clowns) into a single image file (car).
- Want to be a Basecamp power user? Hone your skills with these pro tips showing you all sorts of hidden Basecamp features.
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